This limited-edition print was commissioned by the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA.
Mick Haggerty is a renowned graphic artist based in Los Angeles and Durban, South Africa, and is best known for his album cover designs for musical groups like David Bowie, The Police, and the B-52s among many others. Recently he has turned his attention to creating fine art prints like this one that clearly demonstrate his interest in street signage in all its vibrancy and diversity.
Established in 1965, the Prints and Drawings Council (PDC) supports the Prints and Drawings Department at LACMA. In addition to raising funds for acquisitions for the museum’s permanent collection, the PDC encourages collecting, scholarship, and appreciation in the field of original works of art on paper. PDC members receive many benefits, including greater discounts on PDC commissioned prints when purchased through the council. Learn more on how to become a member of the Prints and Drawings Council.
- Serigraph – diptych completed in 17 colors
- 17 ¼ x 23 inches each
- Numbered edition of 35
- Printed by Modern Multiples for the Prints and Drawings Council of LACMA